KHATTAR MAY HAVE TO LEAVE CM’s POST FINALLY

Author: 
Rahil Nora Chopra

Birender Singh will become the chief minister of Haryana after the Union cabinet reshuffle in place of Manohar Lal Khattar. The buzz is that Birender Singh met party president Amit Shah recently to discuss the overall political situation in Haryana and also gave Shah his assessment of the situation. Shah is upset over Khattar’s handling of the situation. The BJP workers are annoyed with the CM. To pacify them  the BJP high command is thinking of making Birender Singh  the Chief Minister  of Haryana.  According to sources, many Haryana BJP MPs and MLAs have already complained to the high command that under the chief ministership of Manohar Lal Khattar BJP cannot win the Assembly election and 2019 lok Sabha election. Meanwhile, Rao Inderjit Singh is lobbying hard to become the chief minister of Haryana. Twenty-five  MLAs are supporting him. 

AHMAD PATEL’S FOLLOWERS ARE SHIFTING LOYALTIES

  Loyalists of political secretary to Congress President Ahmad Patel gradually have shifted their loyalty. The former Rajya Sabha MP Meen Afzal who was known as Ahmad Patel loyalist, now has become a supporter of senior party leader Ghulam Nabi Azad. Another Muslim face Shakeel Ansari has also shifted his loyalty from Ahmad Patel to Digvijay Singh. The buzz is that former general secretary Dr Shakeel Ahmed has already left the Ahmad Patel camp. According sources Rashid Alvi and Imran Kidwai are feeling uncomfortable and they might leave the Congress.

AMIT SHAH GIVES GUIDELINES TO YOGI ADITYANATH

BJP President Amit Shah recently visited Lucknow and met Sangh Pracharaks and other Sangh activists to discuss the Lok Sabha polls and to take the feed back of the party. Sangh Pracharaks  have told Amit Shah that party workers are not happy at the way Yogi Adityanath is handling the state affairs and that  their grievances are just not heard by the chief minister.  Shah has instructed Yogi to meet the cabinet ministers once a  week and give time for twice a week to the party’s district presidents. (IPA)

Sunday, 3 September, 2017